In the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report, Asaf Ashkenazi of the mobile security firm Inside Secure discusses new threats to car security posed by certain smartphone apps. Plus, updates on behavioral authentication and protecting "very attackable people" from hackers.
So what's the mission of the newly launched Department of Health and Human Services' Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center, and how will it function? HHS Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan explains the initiative and addresses top healthcare sector cybersecurity challenges in this in-depth interview.
An analysis of China's surging hack attacks as part of an economic espionage campaign leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also: Choosing the right MSSP, plus an analysis of the recent hijacking of Google traffic.
While unsupervised machine learning techniques get away from the data labeling and classification that most supervised systems require, they are dependent on the quality and variety of the data provided, says Gartner's Jonathan Care.
The FDA's recently issued draft document updating its premarket medical device cybersecurity guidance originally issued in 2014 contains several important provisions, says regulatory attorney Yarmela Pavlovic, who explains the details.
How can organizations get the most out of partnering with managed security services providers and avoid common pitfalls? Cybersecurity consultant Vito Sardanopoli, an experienced CISO, offers top tips.
An analysis of a crackdown on criminals' use of encrypted communications leads the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also: a preview of ISMG's Healthcare Security and Legal & Compliance summits, including expert insights on vendor risk management.
As we approach 2019, is it realistic to think the end of our dependency on traditional user names and passwords is in sight? Shane Weeden, and authentication expert with IBM Security, discusses the future of authentication and why he's encouraged by the FIDO2 initiative.
As ransomware and other cyberattacks continues to proliferate, organizations must improve vendor risk management so they have a plan in place in case a business associate falls victim, says Mitch Parker, CISO of Indiana University Health System, who will speak at ISMG's Healthcare Security Summit in New York.
Identity and access management is not about compliance anymore - It's really about security, says Gartner's Felix Gaehtgens. With cloud, virtualization, DevOps and other IT trends, IAM has evolved from being a one-off project to an ongoing initiative.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features Kevin McDonald of the Mayo Clinic discussing how to secure connected medical devices. Plus, updates on the indictments of Chinese agents for hacking and the unveiling of the Financial Services Sector Cybersecurity Profile.
Banks have a new tool available for developing cyber risk management programs. In an interview, architects of the Financial Services Sector Cybersecurity Profile, Denyette DePierro and Josh Magri, describe how to use it. They'll offer more details at ISMG's Legal & Compliance Summit in New York on Nov. 15.
Kevin McDonald, director of clinical information security at Mayo Clinic, spells out several steps for helping to ensure the security of medical devices, stressing there's no "silver bullet" that can do the job. He'll be a speaker at ISMG's Healthcare Security Summit, to be held Nov. 13-14 in New York.
Organizations must carefully monitor that their business associates are adequately addressing data security to help guard against breaches, says Mark Eggleston, CISO at Health Partners Plans, who will speak on vendor risk management at ISMG's Healthcare Security Summit, to be held Nov. 13-14 in New York.